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A behind-the scenes look at how to get along with and stay ahead of the IRS

With tax laws constantly changing and existing regulations hidden in volumes of tax code, nothing related to taxes is easy to figure out. Businesses and individuals in every income bracket need expert advice that cuts through IRS bureaucracy. What the IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know will help clear the air on this important issue. It explains the latest IRS targets and weapons, describes how to work with the personality of the IRS to get ahead, and dispels the biggest misconceptions taxpayers have about their returns. Readers will be introduced to the latest tax laws and learn about their rights as a taxpayer. To help readers avoid the most common taxpayer pitfalls, What the IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know also examines taxes in relation to IRAs, refunds, gifts, and inheritances, and reveals what forms should never be filled out as well as how taxpayers are really targeted for audits.

Martin S. Kaplan (New York, NY) has been a certified public accountant for more than thirty years and is a member of Geller, Marzano Company, CPAs.

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